Pew works with philanthropists to make long-lasting, powerful, positive change—always based on solid research and tangible goals.
For more than 70 years, we have partnered to produce measurable results addressing the most pressing challenges of the day across the United States and around the world. Today, we work with individuals and foundation partners on a wide variety of conservation, public policy, and research initiatives—always focused on serving the public.
Our partnerships with philanthropists provide economies of scale and complementary expertise that enable us to act on ambitious challenges, design and implement solutions to structural problems, and build momentum for change. Whether advancing conservation, examining the impact of policies on taxpayers and communities, or providing information about relevant trends in society, we are stronger and more effective with partners at our side.
We welcome partnerships with individuals and institutions that share our commitment to serving the public. Here are some examples of our collaborative work.
Blue Nature Alliance is a global partnership founded and led by Conservation International, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Global Environment Facility, Minderoo Foundation, and the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation that seeks to safeguard global ocean biodiversity, build resilience to climate change, promote human well-being, and enhance ecosystem connectivity and function.
The Health Impact project, a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Pew, encourages local, state, and national organizations to include health considerations in policy decisions across multiple sectors, such as housing, transportation, and education.
Enduring Earth is an ambitious collaboration that works alongside nations as they accelerate and amplify conservation for a more sustainable, prosperous future for people and planet. Central to our approach is Project Finance for Permanence, an innovative and proven model that fully funds conservation projects to ensure durable and scalable impact. Through a combination of partnerships, permanent funding and local leadership, we strengthen biodiversity, reinforce the rights of Indigenous peoples and local communities, reduce the effects of climate change, and catalyze economic growth. Collaborative partners have applied this approach with five nations, conserving more than 90 million hectares and benefiting tens of thousands of people. The collaboration is a partnership between The Nature Conservancy, The Pew Charitable Trusts, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and ZOMALAB, the family office of Ben and Lucy Ana Walton.
Mission and Values
The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today's most challenging problems
How We Work
Our people are driven by a passion to improve outcomes for the public in a wide range of topics and specialties.